John Ebersberger a.k.a "Johnny Monet" - Lead Vocals, Guitar

Rock n' roll songwriter John Ebersberger fronted "Johnny Monet and the Impressionists" in the late 80s-90s. His melodic, high energy originals reflect his love of early Springsteen, Elvis Costello, and Graham Parker - and the music that shaped those giants - soul music, rockabilly and Phil Spector's wall of sound.

Mark Ingino - Lead Guitar, Vocals

Mark's been a guitar-slinger in the Annapolis, Eastern Shore area for the past 40 years. He's previously played with "Sunny Isle Blues Band", the "Zen Dogs", and Jan Van Meter. He's an expert at greasy slide and rockabilly jive - a rock n' roll wizard who owns more guitars than he will ever have time to play.


Jimmy Jacob - Keyboards

Originally from California, Jimmy's played with Jerry Garcia and shared the stage with Dave Chappell, The Spellcasters, and Junior Brown. He plays regularly with Annapolis legend Dean Rosenthal. He's also founder and piano player for The Solid Sender Trio.

David Vermette - Bass Guiter, Vocals

Originally a sought after bass player in Boston, accomplished author David Vermette provides the funky bottom end to the band. He also plays with the local band, "Kings of Crownsville"

John Jernigan - Drums, Vocals

John gained fame as one of the primo drummers in Nashville before moving back to his hometown of Annapolis. John helped establish the famed "Wood Shop" concert venue along with Michael Butler, and together they formed the "Michael Butler Trio". This guy is the band's secret weapon and can play paradiddles faster than Buddy Rich.

John Rausch - Sound and Lights

John Rausch - a skilled guitarist who toured for a decade with Charlie Thomas' Drifters - also ran Liquid Sound and Stage, a premier sound company. John was first call soundman for many regional performers including Skip Castro Band, Deanna Bogart, The Bridge, Arty Hill and Eric Scott. John is an important member of the band who always makes us sound our best!